I have around 150 hubs but about 1/4 of them don't recieve traffic everyday. Is that normal to have some that don't always get traffic. Second can submitting to imautomater hurt your website ranking?
i'm just worried about submitting the site and the links maynot be quality
It depends upon the rankings of the hub plus number of daily search volume of your keyword in the hubs.
by Person of Interest 2 years ago
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by Becki Rizzuti 3 years ago
I've noticed that there is at least one post claiming to have gained a significant amount of traffic this week, but for me, my traffic has dropped by 50%. One hub, which at its height was getting over 4k hits a day, is now down to 500 hits daily, and every other hub on my account has dropped...
by Kelly Kline Burnett 7 years ago
Is there a way within Hub Pages to see which articles are only receiving Hub traffic? I try to beef up the low performing Hubs but it would help to know which Hubs have no outside traffic. Or is the score of the Hub sufficient to monitor the lack of Google traffic?
by Paul Swendson 6 years ago
Am I the only one who has seen his or her hub traffic drop significantly (about 80%) in the last couple of days? Since I have not done anything significantly different of late, I'm wondering why such a change would happen out of nowhere.
by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
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by albabu 8 years ago
Dear hubbers!Anybody give me good idea to increase hub traffic?Give your good exprience advise.How to check my daily clicks and earnings?Anybody get payment from hub?Show your earnings proof.Payment given by hub or google?Senior hubbers give above details,pleaseThanks
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